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All Roads Lead Inward in Director Haynes’ Wonderstruck

Director Todd Haynes (Carol), A father of American gay cinema, works his particular brand of cinematic magic again in Wonderstruck....

Get the Latest Word from L Word Star Leisha Hailey

Leisha Hailey delighted audiences as Alice Pieszecki on The L Word. Alice was a charming chatterbox: constantly up in everybody’s business and famously the keeper of “The...

Surveillance Video: A Gay Drama Called Nobody’s Watching

A well-known quote tells us to “Dance like no one is watching,” but nobody watching is a real problem for Nico — an out-of-work actor who wishes anybody was watching....

“Coffee Style” Book Takes Readers from Beans to Brew

By Horst A. Friedrichs | Prestel; $35 Coffee: It is the fuel that drives so many of us, the focus of shops and blogs, emblazoned on clothing and accessories. Heck, we even named...

Jimmy James: A Songbird Impressionist On the Records

Jimmy James is a musical chameleon, able to channel not only Cher, but Lana del Ray, Stevie Nicks, Judy Garland and daughter Liza Minelli....

Professor Marston & the Wonder Women Makes Kinky Cinema

In a superhero origin tale unlike any other, the film is the incredible true story of what inspired Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston to create the iconic Wonder...

’80s Prime-Time Soap Opera Dynasty Returns to TV

We’ve returned to Melrose Place and revisited Beverly Hills, 90120 but the latest big TV reboot hearkens back even further in primetime history....

Clive Owen Brings M Butterfly Back to the Broadway Stage

Love, Espionage and Betrayal take center stage this October as Broadway welcomes the revival of M. Butterfly. The play was inspired by the story of French diplomat Bernard...

Erica Ash of Survivor’s Remorse: Class, Sass and Rising Fast

Erica Ash made a splash as soon as she hit New York, where she was cast in an overseas production of The Lion King in 2006...

Duncan Sheik Goes from “Barely Breathing” to Broadway at Cafe Carlyle

“Keep eating your appetizers; I’ve got to tune my guitar,” Duncan Sheik says as he casually takes the stage at the Cafe Carlyle. He says he’s honored to play the famously...

Torch Song Brings Fierstein’s Classic Back to the Stage

We talk to Moisés Kaufman, deft examiner of LGBT life through theater, as he brings a landmark play by Harvey Fierstein back to the stage. Emmy and Tony-nominated director and...

Crossdressing Latino Singer Chavela Profiled in New Biopic

You may never have heard of Chavela Vargas, but if you see this film you’re unlikely to ever forget her. Born in 1919, Chavela left Costa Rica as a teenager bound for Mexico...